Rapper and poet Noname has announced a North American tour, coming to Charlotte in October

By CLTure

August 22, 2023

Photo: Kelly Wundsam / CLTure

Following the release of her first album in five years, Chicago rapper and poet Noname will hit the road this fall for a 22-date North American tour, coming to Charlotte on October 24. Releasing her new album, Sundial, on August 11, this will be Noname’s first official tour in four years and her first performance in North Carolina since 2019 (in Raleigh with Anderson .Paak and Thundercat).

Getting her start with slam poetry, Noname rose to prominence in 2013 appearing on the track “Lost” on Chance the Rapper’s Acid Rap, releasing her debut project Telefone in 2016 featuring Smino, Saba, Ravyn Lenae, and Raury. She followed up with her debut studio album Room 25 in 2018, garnering wide praise throughout the industry and landing on several year-end best albums lists.

Tickets for Noname in Charlotte on October 24 at The Underground will go on sale to the public Friday, August 25 at 10 a.m. with a Live Nation pre-sale starting Wednesday, April 23 at 10 a.m. (code: TRACK).

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